Airport Competition Plan
The Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA) Competition plan outlines the Port of Seattle's processes and efforts to provide fair and equitable access to airport facilities for all existing and new carriers within posted agreements. The Port submitted its competition plan in June 2014. The FAA Approval Letter was dated July 31, 2018.
Airport Competition Plan as submitted June 13, 2014
- Update #1 as submitted on December 8, 2015
- FAA Response dated April 22, 2016
- Update #2 as submitted on December 18, 2017
- Update #2 - Revised as submitted on May 4, 2018 (due to new airline lease agreement, SLOA IV)
- FAA Approval Letter dated July 31, 2018
Passenger Facility Charge
Federal statute requires each airport sponsor to provide collecting air carriers a quarterly report of Passenger Facility Charge (PFC) revenue and expenditure activities. On this page you can find the most recent quarterly reporting documents for SEA. For your convenience, the PFC Program Overview Reports are also available on the FAA website.
Rental Car Revenue Report
Rental car companies are required to pay the greater of 10% of gross sales or a guaranteed minimum to the Port of Seattle. The Rental Car Revenue Report lists the reported revenue and total revenue to the Port by rental car company. Please note, these records might not reflect recent adjustments. View Rental Car Revenue Reports